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pangō pepigī or pēgī (old panxī), pāctus, ere

PAC-, to fasten, make fast, fix, drive in : ut clavum pangat, L.—Fig., to make, compose, write, record : maxuma facta patrum, celebrate , Enn. ap. C.: poëmata, H.: de pangendo, quod me adhortaris, nihil fieri potest: Temptamenta tui, contrive , V.To fix, settle, determine, agree upon, agree, covenant, conclude, stipulate, contract (only perf. stem): terminos, quos Socrates pegerit: quos (finīs) lex pepigerat: ne medicamento uteretur: pacem nobiscum pepigistis, ut, etc., L.: pepigere, capesserent, etc., Ta.: obsides dare, L.: fraudem ulcisci, Ta.: nec quae pepigere recusent, V.: pretium, quo pepigerant, L.: tanti enim pepigerat, L.To promise in marriage, betroth : alquam lecto nostro, O.: quae pepigere viri, the marriage contract , Ct.

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